A new maintenance release of the Git 2.3 software, the world’s most popular distributed revision control system, was pushed today on mirrors worldwide. Git 2.3.4 is a small bugfix release that patches no more than 7 issues discovered in the previous release of the software, Git 2.3.3, which was announced last week.
MuseScore is a free, open-source music notation and composition application built using Qt 5, with access to thousands of music sheets, an integrated sequencer to allow for immediate playback and many more features. Version 2.0 was released today, March 25, and it represents a milestone release in the development of MuseScore, shipping with an impressive number of new features, varying from major UI changes to musical notation features like tablature support, or improved playback support.
UEFI firmware has a concept of persistent variables. They are used to control the boot order amongst other things. They are stored in non-volatile RAM on the system board, or for virtual machines in a host file.
There's documentation in the README, and I'm sorry for the API being kind of awful (it suffers rather heavily from me writing Python while knowing basically no Python). Still, it ought to work. I'm interested in hearing from anybody with problems, anybody who's interested in getting it on Pypi and anybody who's willing to add support for new HP systems.
Nux Dextop is a RPM repository specially made for installing popular desktop and multimedia related packages such as VLC, Flash player, Shutter etc., in RHEL, CentOS, and Scientific Linux distributions. It is currently available for RHEL/CentOS/Scientific Linux 6 and 7 versions. This repository is made to coexist with EPEL Repository. And more importantly, Nux Dextop repository may or may not be up to date. Use it at your own risk.
After my project to control my Christmas Tree lights with my Raspberry Pi, what would be my next project? I eventually landed on tinkering with Pi Musicbox, a spin of Raspbian with Mopidy that allows users to play all sorts of streaming services—like Spotify, TuneIn, SoundCloud—and local sound files on a 'headless' Raspberry Pi.
Android KitKat introduced the transition framework, which is a very convenient set of APIs for animating between different UI states in an application. The framework is built around scenes and transitions. A scene refers to a given UI state in an application (think of a scene like a ViewGroup, so the entire layout of an Activity can be a Scene, and also there can be multiple Scenes in a single Activity), while a transition is the animated change from one scene to another. Lollipop has taken transitions to a whole new level. The animations are easier to implement, and there are more powerful defaults now available to developers.
Shadowgate is one of the most well-known and beloved point-and-click adventure titles in gaming history. Apparently, I'm going to be honest and throw my hands up as I've never heard of it or this remake before. It's now on Linux though, yippe!
We are already excited that PAYDAY 2 will see a Linux release, but the icing on the cake is that it will continue to see support and new content for another two years.
They would have to support it for a while anyway, since the Linux release is forthcoming, but another two years for a title that has already been out for nearly two years already is great.
Both minisodes takes place at Sigmund Corp where the two doctors from To The Moon, Eva Rosalene and Neil Watts, are employed. The stories are set around the holidays, are more light-hearted in tone, and should each take less than half an hour to complete. They are more conversation heavy than the main game, and offer a nice insight into the more personal aspects of the two protagonists. If you're a fan of To the Moon, you will likely enjoy these short additions to the game.